Women of the Depression: Caste and Culture in San Antonio, 1929-1939

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1. San Antonio, Population by Sex and Race, 1920-50201
2. San Antonio, Population by Age, Sex, and Ethnicity or Race, 1930202
3. San Antonio, Population by Age, Sex, and Race, 1940203
4. San Antonio, Marital Status and Sex Ratios of Males and Females Ages Fifteen Years and Older, 1930204
5. San Antonio, Marital Status and Sex Ratios of Males and Females Ages Fifteen Years and Older, 1940204
6. San Antonio, Female Marital Status by Age and Ethnicity or Race, 1930205
7. San Antonio, Families with Homemakers, 1930206
8. San Antonio, Number and Percent of Households Headed by Women, 1930 and 1940207
9. San Antonio, Family Size and Composition, 1930208
10. San Antonio, Child-Woman Ratios, 1930 and 1940: Number of Children under Ten Years of Age per Female Ages Fifteen through Forty-four Years208
11. San Antonio, Relationship of Females in Private Households, All Ages, to Head of Household, 1940209
12. San Antonio, Number and Percent of Families with Lodgers, 1930210
13. San Antonio, Number and Percent of Families with Subfamilies and Lodgers, 1940211
14. San Antonio, Illiteracy in Population, Ages Twenty-one Years and Older, by Race or Ethnicity, 1930211
15. San Antonio, School Attendance by Age, Sex, and Race or Ethnicity, 1930212
16. San Antonio, Percentage of Foreign-born Mexican Americans Unable to Speak English, 1930213
17. San Antonio, Female Work-Force Participation, 1930 and 1940213
18. San Antonio, Labor-Force Participation of Mexican-American or Spanish-surname Women Ages Fourteen Years and Older, 1930-60214
19. San Antonio, Marital Status of Women Workers Ages Fifteen Years and Older, 1930 and 1940215
20. San Antonio, Female Labor-Force Participation by Age and Ethnicity or Race, 1930216

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Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • List of Illustrations xi
  • List of Tables xiii
  • Preface xvii
  • Acknowledgments xix
  • Introduction 3
  • [1] - The Neglected City 13
  • [2] - The Family and the Female Life Cycle 25
  • [3] - Coping: Middle- and Upper-Class Women 43
  • [4] - Working: Women's Participation in the Labor Force 60
  • [5] - Adapting: Occupational Segregation And Unemployment 75
  • [6] - Home and Shop: Wages and Working Conditions 90
  • [7] - Unemployment Relief and Emergency Job Programs 109
  • [8] - Women and the Labor Movement 130
  • [9] - Crime: the Role of Women 152
  • [10] - Consequences 168
  • Appendixes 185
  • Sources 255
  • Index 273
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